We are excited to announce that our EcoExchange 33 event is an opportunity to get to know Project New Village, an innovative Community organization in our Sister City of Southeastern San Diego. Their goal as an organization is to improve fresh food access in Southeastern San Diego as part of a broad-based movement to build social equity, giving way to healthy neighborhoods.
Today, we are inviting you to join us at the Project New Village Food Justice Soiree on October 24, 2023. This promises to be both a fun and informative evening. We’re making it the focus of our EcoExchange to give you a way to join with other SCP community members and get to know Southeastern San Diego. Please reserve your ticket below and mark your calendar! You’ll get a taste of Southeastern San Diego’s culture, art, food, music and the singular focus on creating a community where social and economic equity is the norm, rather than the exception.
**When you buy your ticket please put “SCP” after your name so we can connect with you for a short presentation by Project New Village CEO, Diane Moss, specially for Sister Cities Project guests that evening.
Join us to support and empower this vital organization in Southeastern San Diego. Learn about Project New Village and their innovative work to bring fresh food resources to Southeastern San Diego neighborhoods.
Are you new to Sister Cities Project?
The idea of Sister Cities Project is to pair affluent and under-served communities as a strategy to break down barriers that contribute to the lack of understanding between black and white people. Sister Cities EcoExchange events are designed to help interested North County residents, take steps toward knowing residents in our Sister Cities. This will be a fantastic event and we look forward to seeing you there.
Our impact work requires resources. We are a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. Please consider joining our transformative journey towards racial equity by supporting our Impact Funds.
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